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The Bureau County Board is continuing to consider what kind of resolution they want to sign in support of the state's concealed carry legislation. The board took no official action at this week's meeting, but board member Robin Rediger said at next month's meeting, he'll present a resolution showing the county’s support of concealed carry legislation with part of the application fee going to the county for administrative costs. Illinois remains the only state in the nation without a concealed carry law on the books. The state must pass some form of concealed carry legislation by June 2nd. In other business, the board approved replacing the animal control truck which was totaled earlier this year. The county will be responsible for the difference after receiving $18,450 in insurance money. Also approved was Kernan's Lawn Service bid for lawn care and snow
removal for $5,195. Lunch in the Park requests were accepted from the Princeton Chamber of Commerce, and the board decided to hire Otto Baum at a cost of $3,720 to fix leaking seams in the Soldiers and Sailors monument across the street from the courthouse. The Bureau County Board next meets on April 9th.
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